Miranda Morgan to Discuss New Tax Bill with Business Owners as Part of Columbus CEO Event

Miranda Morgan to Discuss New Tax Bill with Business Owners as Part of Columbus CEO Event
February 15, 2018

Partner Miranda Morgan will be a panelist at the upcoming “Tax Talk for Businesses” panel, presented by Columbus CEO magazine and Clarus Partners.

The “Tax Talk for Businesses” panel will take place on Thursday, March 1 at Dawson at 114 Dublin Road in Columbus. Coffee and refreshments will be served at 8 a.m., followed by a presentation and panel from 8:30-9:30 a.m. and questions from 9:30-10 a.m. Tickets, which will only be sold in advance, are $15 per person and include a one-year subscription to Columbus Monthly and Columbus CEO magazine. You can purchase tickets here.

Clarus Partners Senior Manager Robert Evans and Director Nancy Supowit will join Miranda on the panel, which will be moderated by Columbus CEO Editor Dave Ghose. The panel will explore the ways the new tax reform will affect business in the area, particularly aimed at aiding entrepreneurs and small businesses.

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act covers more than 500 pages and includes 275 amendments and changes. Miranda and her fellow panelists will break down this massive reform, outlining who will be affected, what exceptions there will be and what types of opportunities await small businesses.

Miranda Morgan concentrates her practice in tax law, with a focus in gift, estate and trust taxation. She advises individuals on estate planning, succession planning, charitable planning and wealth transfer planning. Miranda represents fiduciaries in estate administration matters and counsels trustees on trust administration and fiduciary responsibilities. She also represents clients in controversies with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), including examinations and other proceedings at all administrative levels of the IRS.

Ice Miller’s Employee Benefits Group is also conducting an in-depth analysis of the tax reform. Read our recap of how the Tax Cuts and Jobs act will impact governmental plans here.

This publication is intended for general information purposes only and does not and is not intended to constitute legal advice. The reader should consult with legal counsel to determine how laws or decisions discussed herein apply to the reader’s specific circumstances.



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